The COVID-19 UNH Community Archive Submissions Collection provides a place for gathering audio, video and text materials that reflect the experiences of the UNH community during the COVID-19 crisis.

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All contributions to the COVID-19 UNH Community Archives will be available through the UNH Scholars Repository. If you would like to contribute materials to the University Archives, but do not want them to appear online, please consult with the Special Collections and Archives staff directly

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Submissions from 2021

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Biden Approval Holds Steady; Nearly Half of Granite Staters Support Filibuster Reform 3/23/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Biden Begins Presidency With "Honeymoon" in NH, Mandate to Work With GOP & Deliver Stimulus Checks 1/26/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Bipartisan Approval of Sununu; NH Headed in Right Direction 1/27/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Bipartisan Support for Scott; Most Vermonters Expect Lengthy Economic Recovery 4/27/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Divided Over Ending Mask Mandate 4/21/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters More Likely to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19, Confidence in Vaccine Increases 2/1/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Support Stand Your Ground Expansion, Right-To-Work; Oppose Vouchers and Life-Sentence Reform 3/24/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Nearly Half of Granite State Seniors Say They Have Received at Least One Vaccine Dose, Minimal Side Effects Reported 2/26/2021, UNH Survey Center

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NH Slowly Returning to Normal; Most Plan to Spend More Post-Pandemic 3/26/2021, UNH Survey Center

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One or Two-Dose Vaccine? Most in NH Will Take Either 3/25/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Sununu Remains Popular After Lifting Mask Mandate 4/22/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Unvaccinated Granite Staters More Anxious and Depressed Than Vaccinated 3/26/2021, UNH Survey Center

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Vaccination Rate Jumps Among Granite Staters But Remaining Holdouts Unyielding 4/23/2021, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2020

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COVID-19 Safety Training for Outdoor Volunteers, Malin Clyde

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The Curious Incident of a Curious Incident: A Pandemic Meta-Play, David Kaye

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Anxiety & COVID-19 Stress Fall in NH but Depression on the Rise; Stark Partisan Differences in Reactions to Pandemic 12/11/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Concern Over Contracting COVID-19 Increases Slightly in NH; Trust in Science Agencies Declines 9/8/2020, UNH Survey Center

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COVID-19 Hits Consumer Confidence in NH 5/26/2020, UNH Survey Center

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COVID-19 Response: Bipartisan Approval of Sununu's Handling, Majority Disapprove of Trump's 3/27/2020, UNH Survey Center

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COVID-19 Stress Continues to Decline Among NH Residents 6/15/2020, UNH Survey Center

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COVID-19 Stress Falls Among Granite Staters But Pandemic Weighs Heavily on Mental Health of Young People 5/18/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Despite Increased Testing Capacity in NH, Demand for Tests Wanes Among Granite Staters 6/10/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Election Topics: Most Plan to Vote In-Person in NH, Want RBG Replacement After Election 10/2/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Emphasis on Social Distancing Recedes in NH but Most Still Not Leaving Home to Work or Socialize 6/16/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Approve of Sununu's Handling of Coronavirus, Stay at Home Order 4/22/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Continue to Prioritize Social Distancing, but Perceived Importance of Restarting Economy Grows 5/11/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Disapprove of Trump's Handling of COVID-19 6/25/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Home for the Holidays: Most NH Residents Won't Travel or Host for Holidays 11/24/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Large Numbers of NH Workers Affected By COVID-19; Most Prioritize Social Distancing Over Restarting Economy 4/15/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Majorities in NH Disapprove of Trump's Job Performance, Handling of COVID-19 9/30/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Majority in NH Continue to Prioritize "Stay at Home"; Many Not Yet Comfortable Going to Public Places 5/20/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Majority in NH Disapprove of Trump's Handling of COVID-19; Confidence in Federal Government Agencies Wanes 5/21/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Majority in NH Know Someone Who Has Had COVID-19 But Less Than Half Would Be Willing to Get Vaccine Now 10/2/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Majority in NH Plan to Get COVID-19 Vaccine When Available 12/14/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Most NH Parents Comfortable Sending Children to School in Fall Despite COVID-19 But No Consensus How 6/26/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Most NH Republicans But Few Democrats Currently Comfortable With Public Activities in Light of COVID-19 6/24/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Most Support "Stay at Home 2.0"; Sharp Partisan Divide on What Should be Open in NH 5/19/2020, UNH Survey Center

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NH Divided on Trump's, Federal Government's COVID-19 Response 4/23/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Residents Divided on Reopening Schools; Wide Partisan Gaps in Comfort with Public Activities 8/4/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Stress From Election Eclipses Stress From COVID-19 in NH 10/19/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Sununu Has High Marks in Job Performance, Handling of COVID-19 8/5/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Sununu Keeps High Approval, Leads Feltes in NH Governor Race 10/1/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Sununu's NH Job Approval Remains High; Handling of COVID-19 Falls 12/2/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Trump Job Approval Underwater in NH 8/3/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Trump's Job Approval and Handling of COVID-19 Unchanged in NH 10/13/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Trump's Job Approval & Handling of COVID-19 Unchanged in NH 12/3/2020, UNH Survey Center

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Widespread Support in NH for Absentee Voting Due to COVID-19; One-Third Prefer to Vote Absentee in November 6/25/2020, UNH Survey Center